Palmas

[pahl-mahs]

Palma

[pahl-mah]
noun
  1. Also called Pal·ma de Ma·llor·ca [Spanish pahl-mah th e mah-lyawr-kah] /Spanish ˈpɑl mɑ ðɛ mɑˈlyɔr kɑ/. a seaport in and the capital of the Balearic Islands, on W Majorca.
  2. one of the Canary Islands, off the NW coast of Africa. 281 sq. mi. (728 sq. km). Capital: Santa Cruz de la Palma.

Las Palmas

[lahs pahl-mahs]
noun
  1. a seaport on NE Gran Canaria, in the central Canary Islands.
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Palmas

noun
  1. a city in N Brazil, capital of Tocantins state. Pop: 391 000 (2005 est)

Las Palmas

noun
  1. a port in the central Canary Islands, on NE Grand Canary: a major fuelling port on the main shipping route between Europe and South America. Pop: 377 600 (2003 est)

Palma

1
noun
  1. the capital of the Balearic Islands, on the SW coast of Majorca: a tourist centre. Pop: 367 277 (2003 est)Official name: Palma de Mallorca

Palma

2
noun
  1. Jacopo (jaˈkopo), known as Palma Vecchio, original name Jacopo Negretti. ?1480–1528, Venetian painter, noted esp for his portraits of women
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palmas in Medicine

palma

[pălmə, päl-]
n. pl. pal•mae (-mē)
  1. The palm.
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